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Sudhoffs Archiv was founded in 1907 as Archiv für Geschichte der Medizin ("Archive for the History of Medicine"). It now has the longest unbroken publication history of any journal for the history of science anywhere in the world. Sudhoffs Archiv is committed to a strict historiographical perspective and dedicated to the source-based analysis of the history of the natural sciences, mathematics and medicine. Sources may be primarily textual, object-based or oral transmissions suitable for elucidating questions of the history of science. The journal is international in approach and is not confined to a specific period or discipline. It publishes articles in German, English and French. Articles are selected for publication by peer review

Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag

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Volume 102, Number 2, January 2019

Network analyses in the History of Medicine and Science – an introduction
pp. 133-145(13)
Authors: Fangerau, Heiner; Hentschel, Klaus


On the way to reform: a network-analytical view on the players in the run-up to the "Psychiatrie-Enquete" of 1971
pp. 172-210(39)
Authors: Söhner, Felicitas; Halling, Thorsten; Becker, Thomas; Fangerau, Heiner


Leopoldina: a network for future Nobel Laureates in Physiology or Medicine?
pp. 211-233(23)
Authors: Halling, Thorsten; Björk, Ragnar; Fangerau, Heiner; Hansson, Nils


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